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's thousand laura bush sees a tape of her speaking out in favor of marriage equality. today is the birthday of olympia snowe. something for each hemisphere of your brain. >> john: good evening. i'm john fuglesang. thank you so much for joining us tonight. we're now just over one week away from the automatic massive spending cuts known for some ungodly reason as sequestration. and so congress is exactly where you would expect them to be, at a pivotal time in our nation's history, on vacation. while john boehner and the g.o.p. have spent the last few days trying to place all of the blame for the situation squarely on the shoulders of president obama, it would appear the public ain't buying what they're selling. according to a new poll, if a deal is not reached by march 1st and those devastating cuts were to go into effect, only 31% say they would blame the president while 49% say they would blame congress. and probably some republicans will blame acorn. but so clearly the p.r. battle over the scwefser -- sequester is being won by team obama. but if you're one of the hundreds of americans affe
supporting same-sex marriage. prominent republicans including former first lady laura bush. >> none of us would want to be told we can't marry the person we love. the growing majority believe it's time to allow marriage for gay and lesbian couples. >> they ought to have the same rights that everyone has. former secretary of state colin powell, laura bush not happy about her a parns. she wants the group behind the ad to remove her and the group has done so. they have changed the ads, taken her out and anyway, about the power that one has to be included or excluded from an ad, especially when they are a person on the public stage. it comes as the u.s. supreme court prepares to tackle same-sex marriage this spring. let's bring in the panel. the editorial project director, good to see you. >> good to see you too. >> lloyd webr, good to see you too. jacob, host of huff post live. the author and psychologist, this is interesting. this group acted fast to take laura bush out of the ad, but let's talk about how one, especially on the public stage is able to say take me out of it after your commen
picture of the year award? did laura bush have that opportunity? did barbara bush? did nancy reagan. we'll have a special report. >> left with control of education system, control of the pop culture, movies, tvs, books, music, the left has beaten us. >> bill: is that true. has the u.s.a. shifted into liberal territory. we'll analyze the war between liberal and conservative thought. >> the way the cable outlet ran it is misleading and makes john mccain look insensitive. >> bill: with what they are accused of doing. an nbc commentator that senator mccain sneered at a shooting vick tim. >> caution you are about to enter the no-spin zone from southern california. factor begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us. i'm doing public relations work which i'll tell you later on and saying hello to the folks to californians because the factor is largest audience is in the golden state. talking points memo has liberalism won in america? last week rush limbaugh put forth that because many americans are ill informed liberalism has won. he believes the left controls the
addresses, e-mails and phone numbers for several members. code forcurity pass george m. laura bush's private family home in dallas. self portraits painted by president bush 43. bush refers to bill clinton as bubba. sordid.s clinton the hawker obtained three years e-mails and posted a picture.amily another e-mail was from president and mrs. obama. watching the former president a speedy recovery. -- wishing the former president a speedy recovery. sarah palance families e-mails also packed. -- sarah palin's family e-mails also packed. -- hacked. obama saluted leon panetta today at a farewell ceremony. >> every action, every decision has been withde one goal in mind. of our sons and uniform and keeping america safe. the ceremony in arlington afternoon, the president tenure, he his opened combat roles to women. the president has nominated hagel. >> we will hear more about the doug and we will we gotta sell the car. where would we even start? get the car. hi howard. get in. hi, good to see you. start with an actual written offer when selling your car, no strings attached. carmax. start here. >> it
it to laura bush. >> bob: how do we know it wasn't automatic weapon? >> eric: police report. >> bob: that's what they said. >> dana: oh, my gosh. >> kimberly: now it's conspiracy. >> bob: they're guessing. they don't know. >> eric: the chicago police. >> bob: they are guessing. they don't have the gun. >> kimberly: there are ballistic reports. >> bobthey are editing because they want he to look good. they love her. they have a crush on obama. >> greg: they have a white house that owes them one. >> kimberly: to the nixonian administration. >> eric: maybe did the white house say we want the see what the interview looks like and cut the line out in >> dana: it's conceivable that her staff was listening and said wait, wait, wait. that part is not exactly accurate. maybe it was their fault. maybe a slip of the tongue. >> kimberly: would they do it for laura bush? barbara bush? i'm just asking. >> dana: laura bush, maybe. when it came to president bush, i never had the guts to asked. i never had the guts to ask. it would haven't happened for president. i didn't work for m. bush. i don't know. >
an example with michelle obama, who was not familiar with the white house, whereas laura bush was very familiar with coming in with george w. bush during the george h.w. bush presidency. so can you tell us a little about your -- about, say, michelle obama's transition in and how she prepared for it? >> well, michelle obama is a serious student, but i have to say, i don't think there's any way one can really be prepared in the sense to really know what it's going to be like. you know, her husband had been a u.s. senator for a few years. but she and the girls had stayed in chicago where her whole family and support were. and the bush people were incredibly helpful and generous in -- and in particular about what the office was like and structure of all that. and the bushes were as well personally when the obamas visited. but i have to say there is no substitute for being there. so mrs. obama and the family were, you know, first at the adams hotel and then at the blair house and then came to the white house for coffee, as is the tradition, inauguration morning, and everyone went off to the
announce a winner. but it's not the first time a first lady has appeared in -- in the oscars. laura bush d-- >> 1941, franklin roosevelt spoke to the audience by radio. in 1981, ronald reagan, president ronald reagan taped a greetings for the show. these are presidents themselves. and laura bush appeared on an oscar show segment answering the question what do the movies mean to you? watch this. >> giant. all of his ambitions have been thwarted except, of course that, big well that comes in. >> so you've had two presidents and a first lady in the oscars. what were they angry about? she picked the winner? >> maybe so. and because the winner actually "argo" had something positive to say about federal government workers effectively doing their job. i'm sure that totally incensed them to no end, of course. but, i mean, look, we know this. this is an on going narrative with president obama and michelle obama do not get the same level of respect as previous presidents and first ladies. >> no question. >> we've seen it before. >> joe, rush limbaugh really went over the top, though. watch this. >>
features laura bush and dick cheney and colin powell and ends with president obama. what else do those three agree on? >> now, buddy, we're going to get into trade craft. you didn't go to them and ask them to sign on to this ad. you found what they said in print, right? >> these were public interviews. these are clips, tv clips. >> did they know they were going to be used in these ads? >>. no these were tv clips. these are obviously public officials who went about their support for marriage equality. >> just to stay on that one bad penny, where is cheney on marriage equality, exactly? >> the last time cheney has talked this publicly, which has been some time now is the clip i believe where he says freedom is freedom for everyone. but he has talked about the importance of states moving forward on this issue. >> so he is where the president was a while back, a few months ago. what do you make of this, joan? you and i usually look at things in a similar fashion. i did like to see laura bush up there. it's a good independence movement by her. i'm impressed that she got out there. didn't do
to join the lawsuit. >>> laura bush says she supports same-sex marriage but does not want to be part of this ad. among those also in the ad former vice president dick cheney and collin powell. >>> the man accused of killing janell conway allen pled not guilty. anthony jones is charged of sexual assault and with murder. he will appear again in court later this month. mien while a funeral was held for the victim today. the body was found on saturday. >> reporter: it was an emotional scene as 13-year-old janell conway allen of fairfield was laid to wrest here at the benetia city cemetery. the funeral was peaceful and quiet, no music, no singing. a gathering of family, friends and loved ones often embracing one another in this sorrowful event. tears were flowing as those here reflected upon the young girl losing her life at such an early age. >> this is a home to me. this is not to say goodbye this is a homecoming because she's going on to be with the lord. >> i've never had to experience this. >> reporter: janell's green valley middle school greg hubs. >> janell was a wonderful, honest,
week an ad by the marriage equality coalition featured patrick -- barack obama, laura bush, dick cheney, and colin powell that used their public statements to show their support for gay marriage. former first lady laura bush later asked to be removed from the ad. her spokesman e-mailed us saying why. mrs. bush did not approve her inclusion in this advertisement nor is he shi associated with the group in any way. when she became aware of the advertisement last tuesday night, we requested the that the group remove her. i think her brother-in-law is running for president and i think in your party, the republican party, it's still a problem to be publicly associated with somebody who is more marriage equality? is that possible? do you think that's why laura bush -- >> i don't know mrs. bush so i don't know why she did that. >> well, think. well, think why she did it. >> this issue is baffling to me that many establishment republicans don't get it. because they're out of touch. out of touch with america but also out of touch with their own base. >> put this guy on the platform committee. zbr
his brain someplace else. >> jon: so obey george and laura bush. >> and he dropped the "f" bomb on bush and said the worst president he ever had. >> jon: that ted nugent interview was the same day that obama took his show on the road pushing for more gun control. are the white house and media seeing it the same way? >> as jeffrey dickens pointed out the network coverage is more than 78 to 1 biased in favor of gun control position. >> jon: the president, judy, says he handles weapons from time to time and if fact they released a photo of the president shooting skeet at camp david. immediately afterwards, david plouffe sent this tweet -- attention skeet birthers, make our day. let the photo shop conspiracies begin. in fact, there were a lot of questions about the accuracy of that photo. >> some of the press are not convinced about president obama's birthplace either. those people i don't have a lot of time from. i thought that when david said he could disembowel a dear and some people would not believe he ever shot anything. so people have their minds made up. they hear what they
. this is a low-risk kind of personality. i think she's a first lady on bar with a jackie-o./laura bush type, when they call a velvet glove ambassador to issues. she's not a hillary clinton. >> i think she would take some issue, too, with some of the criticism. something she's said in some interviews we've done along the way is women fought for choices, right? we fought for the choices to do what we want to do when we want to do them. when she came to the white house, number one priority was making sure that malia and sasha were going to transition and be okay. and i think as women, we want to applaud other women for making the decisions that they make. if they think right now that family at the start of the administration was paramount, that's what she's doing. >> and i'm sure you've found, as i have, every first lady that i've ever interviewed, who has a child that they're bringing into the white house, i remember having conversations with laura bush about this, how can you criticize them for understanding that they are in a situation that is so unique, that is so in the spotlight, that presents
is well on the road to recoveries. hi daughter-in-law, laura bush, gave an update on his condition today. >> you'll be happy to hear that my father-in-law, president george h.w. bush is home from the hospital, and he's doing very well. in fact, we got the word that he's already been out to dinner in houston, so i think he is back in good shape. >> that's always a good sign. laura bush was in d.c. for a global cancer summit. president bush was hospitalized in november and released last month after being in the hospital for six weeks. >>> we have some breaking news out of the alabama. we are being told there are some major developments regarding that hostage situation. that went on for days. the standoff is over, the boy is fine, the suspect is dead. this has been unfolding in midland city, alabama for days now. nbc news is reporting from a law enforcement official that the boy has been released. he is fine. the hostage-taker is dead. police are getting ready to address the media with the latest developments. we will bring that to you as soon as we get it. >>> the pictures tell the story.
by this picture. forminger french first lady, carla bruni was a scafflaw, too. laura bush, also a violator. angela merkel likes to take the french to task but she could have found herself in parisienne hot water as well. their crime? wearing pants. you see, toor more than 200 years, it has actually technically been illegal for a woman to wear trousers in paris, unless official permission was granted. it seems as during the french revolution, the lady revolutionaries took to wearing pants and the powers that be at the time wanted to put a swift end to that. so they made it illegal in 1800. amendments came over the years allowing women to dare to wear trousers for riding bikes or horses but the law remained on the books until this week when it was repealed, by the minister for women's rights. the correct answer to our gps challenge question was a, richard the iii was a plantagenet, which ruled over britain from henry 1216. and a new battle has started over where his final resting place should be, in leicester where he's been buried for 525 years, or in york where he spent many of his living years or
, laura bush is very muc involved in the details of policy and decision-making in president bush's speeches >> there are differences o opinion at least their public expression of their opinion. for example in the matter of fetal tissue >> right stem-cell research is one we know as far as the public is concerned they differ takes a public position dictated by politics or by his perception that he must the people and maybe he's on that side of the issue polling. but let's assume he is. what's the question i want to ask as a result of that? is he as capable, they are both capable of -- he serves as a buffer in a sense to position on the on the usen poin of relatey >> it's true and often true that first ladies will tak a position publicly that differs from the president contrived and sometimes they do it for genuine sflen that was true with jimmy carter and roslyn? >> it was most true with betty ford and jerrold ford. outspoken on issues such as abortion, drug use, and she would take possessions tha to his policy positions. >> that was not sufficient protection for him to win the pre
was an actor. first lady laura bush made a brief appearance in a video at the 2002 oscars. and president george busch was going to make a presentation, but the idea was scrapped when it was clear the president wouldn't say the word pianist with a straight face. it reminds me of when citizen kaine lost out. at the time it didn't seem like that big of issue, but really -- oh come on. i have been waiting my whole life to give this -- please! ♪ >> michael: it's always great to hear analysis of hollywood's most glamorous night from a guy who watched it in sweat pants while eating easy mac with a spork. someone is also here in "the war room," check us out on line at current.com. have a great right. >> michael: is it a bunch of papal bull. >> this moment is going on. now it is knocking at the door of the conclave. >> michael: and then last night argo wins the best picture oscar, but former president jimmy carter said that they do not get enough credit. argo is spelt with an a. >> ben affleck was in tehran for a day and a half. the real hero was tim tailor, the canadian ambassado
was not familiar with the white house, where as laura bush was familiar coming in during the george h.w. bush presidency. tell us a little bit about michelle obama's transition in and how she prepared for it. >> michelle obama is a serious student, but i don't think there is any way one can be prepared in a sense to really know what is going to be like. her husband had been a u.s. senator for a few years, but she and the girls had stayed in chicago where her whole family and support work. the bush people were incredibly helpful and generous about what the office was like and the structure and all that. the bushes were as well, personally, when the obama is visited. but i have to say there's just no substitute for being there. mrs. obama and the family were first at the adams hotel and then the blair house and into the white house for coffee, as is the tradition on inauguration morning. and everyone went off to the inauguration, and then what the white house residence staff does is just unbelievable, where in that time when the inauguration is going on, in this case they move the bushes out an
of news just in to cnn, former first lady laura bush is asking to be removed from the new same-sex marriage ad that's out now. >> none of us would want to be told we can't marry the person we life. that's why a growing majority of americans believe it's time to allow marriage for gay and lesbian couples. >> when couples are admitted they ought to have the same rights everyone has. >> awe loing them to live together with the protection of law seems to me is -- >> according to laura bush's spokeswoman, this is a quote, "mrs. bush did not approve of her inclusion in this advertisement nor is she associated in any way with the group that made the ad. when she became aware of the advertisement tuesday night, we requested that the group remove her from it." the ad was produced by the group the respect for marriage coalition. we're going to talk more much about this topic on a new talk back show at 10:30 eastern time. talk back question for this hour, who is to blame for forced spending cuts, what washington calls sequestration, the massive forced budget cuts are just days away. faceb
first lady laura bush is featured in this ad supporting same sex marriage. if she has her way you won't see her in the ad that much longer. tim tebow bowing out at a mega church. his pastor hit a nerve. this is cnn newsroom and i'm suzanne malveaux. gunfight car crash on the vegas strip killing three people. check out the pictures. police say someone in an suv fired at people inside a maserati not far from cesar's palace. that caused the maserati to blow through an intersection causing a multiple car crash. well a taxicab caught fire, killing the driver and a passenger. the maserati's driver also died. three other people involved in the crash were injured. no word yet on what actually led to the actual shooting. now it's a rather scandalous revelation involving a sexual affairs involving two political families. pete domenici admitted having an affair of a daughter of a friend with senator laxalt. this is a secret that was kept between them for more than three decades. why are they coming out with this now? >> reporter: the indications from the statements that both issued do indicate s
discredited blogs to make policy. >>> laura bush supports marriage >>> laura bush supports marriage equality but the former first lady has asked to be removed from an advertising campaign featuring prominent people speaking in favor of it. on facebook linda bowden says "ms. bush was probably bullied by the other republicans and is afraid to speak out. what is right. it's really sad to see that she caved." renee murray writes, "come on, mrs. bush. stand up for yourself." and elisa cole ellis says, "if you say you support something but ask to be removed from its affiliation, you don't truly support it. shame on her." you can go to our facebook right now and join the conversation. don't forget to like "the ed show" when you're there. and the next story coming up, a private prison. they make billions by putting people in jail for frivolous reasons. you won't believe how they're using their profits. that's next. we'll be right back. >>> welcome back to "the ed show." a private prison company with a horrific pass has secured naming rights to a college football stadium. if you care about good gover
. these are major voices that you're using in unison, colin powell, laura bush, the president. talk about that strategy and why you think it's going to be successful? >> america has been on a real journey, people have talked about who gay people are and why marriage matters and majority of the american people now support the freedom to marry. that majority is increasingly a bipartisan majority. we're seeing republicans as well as democrats, conservatives as well as liberals and business leaders as well as labor leaders supporting the freedom to marry. we want to underscore how the decision to judges or lawyers or justices that the time is now to get america where it needs to be. it's time to end the discrimination. >> certainly you feel encouraged after the ballot measures in november, all four of them went in your favor for equality. now we talked about rhode island, delaware and minnesota among the next states to take up marriage equality. next month we've got the supreme court taking up doma and prop 8. beyond using the sound bites of those prominent names, are they aware of the contex
is now 73%. the more she's doing this stuff, the more popular she's getting. >> so is laura bush's. the same exact thing as laura bush. she was fairly invisible for lack of a better word. very, very low key. first ladies usually have 20 to 25-pou 25-point bumps above their husband. to my, all that was great. to me, that was intrusive. at that moment, i'm talking as a viewer and a democrat. huh, and standing there regally with the marines behind her, i don't know. i thought it was -- >> wasn't standing there regally. she's not a queen. she's standing in the white house with the marines who work in the white house. it's not regal, is it. >> when did you become such a crazy liberal? what's going on here? >> i'm trying to cut the first lady a bit of slack. you can't blame her for having the marines in the back. they're at a party in the white house, the marines are there. >> everybody i talked to, random people, all said, huh? like they love michelle obama. it's not about that. it's a moment. i'm tuning in for entertainment. jack nicholson, the greatest iconic performer of our time,
fashion. i did like to see laura bush occupy there. i'm impressed she got out there. >> jay v yeah, as a supporter of marriage equality, i think it's a great ad and a smart ad and reflects where the country is going. there's only one person in the ad who showed any political courage, what so ever, in taking a stand and that was barack obama. when he came out for marriage equality, it was very controversial. north carolina had just passed an anti-gay marriage referendum. there was people saying he was risk support where certain preachers have mixed feelings about gay marriage. what he did, he led opinion and he led public opinion toward greater support for gay marriage. you know, dick cheney revved up the evangelical vote. it would have been a really courageous thing for them to say something in 2004 when karl rove was helping them to ride that issue. better late than never. >> so many people are changsing on this. tell me how you read it. i read the platforms. the republican platform sucks. it's terrible. they have not changed as a party. the party still has to play to its hard rig
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